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Epiphone ENL2VSCH4 Solid-Body Electric Guitar, Vintage Sunburst


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Vintage Sunburst
  • Full-size 22" scale-length neck with Rosewood Fingerboard. Equipped with Epiphone 650R and 700T ceramic hum bucking pickups provide such a monstrous screams from such a small guitar.
  • Flush-mounted, 1-piece fully adjustable bridge/tailpiece combination.
  • Like every Epiphone, the Epiphone Les Paul Express features a Limited Lifetime Warranty backed by world famous 24/7/365 Gibson Customer Service. Be a part of history today with the Les Paul Express.
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Product Details

Color: Vintage Sunburst
  • Product Dimensions: 44 x 6 x 19 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00I056PII
  • Item model number: ENL2VSCH4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,379 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 1, 2014

Product Description

Color: Vintage Sunburst

The Les Paul Express gives you the classic Les Paul style in a smaller package. It"s great for young players or for travel. With a Mahogany body with a bolt-on hard Maple neck, this guitar holds no punches.


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Customer Reviews

Bought as a Christmas gift for my 13 year old and He loved it!!!
Melissa
This guitar has a very nice feel to it and sounds very nice, from clean to extremely nasty.
JustSteve
In my opinion the extra hundred dollars for this guitar is more than worth it.
Patrick Pollard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

95 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Strat Cat on August 21, 2011
Color Name: Vintage Sunburst
Let me start off by saying, I have been playing for 4-5 years, self taught, and I consider myself an intermediate-advanced player. I play blues, metal, classic rock, as well as hard rock (Black Stone Cherry, etc.) I own a very beginner amp because I am so intelligent that I spent all my money on the guitars and very little on an amp- probably going to get a Line 6 or something.

I bought this guitar for the same price at Ken Stanton Music (great service, by the way). I could not be more pleased. I believe that the Greek Muses dropped this guitar from the heavens, and placed it in that store for me to pick up and play. It shreds like a monster, yet croons beautifully- try playing Santana on this puppy. You'll be needing tissues. It works with all styles.
Also, don't worry about damaging this thing. I whacked it real hard on accident and was afraid to look. Not a scratch.

So let's go through the pro's and cons:

Pros:
Plays like a dream
Durable
Versatile
Beautiful

Cons:
It's awful hard to fit a wedding ring on her.

Wait, are you still reading? Well, stop it. And buy this axe.
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88 of 98 people found the following review helpful By mike g on August 27, 2004
Color Name: Heritage Cherry Sunburst
ive always wanted to buy a lespaul they have the best tone and playability of any guitar design but didnt want to spend 4000 dollars doing so when i read that lespaul himself left gibson for epiphone years ago i decided to buy 1 and everybody was right the quality is unreal i take mine to the guitar store and close my eyes and cant tell a diffrence between the 2 epiphone lespaul or gibson and many blues players actually prefer epiphone guitars they are highly respected world wide the only diffrence is sometimes the pearl inlays on the neck wear eventually but thats no biggy for a true guitarist and it hasnt happened on mine and i play 6 hours a day if u want a lespaul and dont want to pay 4000 buy this for 300 bucks youre getting a worldclass les paul authorized guitar with a lifetime warranty and if i were you id buy the heritage cherry sunburst its got a gorgeous finish
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By olds_cool63 on June 5, 2010
Color Name: Ebony Verified Purchase
My title is such because when Amazon shipped the guitar, I was sent the Cherry Sunburst model when I had ordered the Ebony! Amazon got me taken care of almost immediately, so I'm really happy about that.

In any event, the guitar is a GREAT value for the money. It has great tone and sustain, the neck is fast and wide making it easier to play, especially if you have big hands. I had a Squier Strat Standard at one time and it does not even come close to this guitar (or the Epiphone SG-310 I had prior to the LP-100) in quality OR sound. There's just NO comparison.

Speaking of the SG-310, I actually think it sounds a bit better than the LP-100, however, both are very versatile and can play just about any music. Quality and construction are excellent. This is NOT a "beginner" guitar. You can perform live with it and I think it will hold up fine for YEARS!

I miss my SG and will most likely pickup another one very soon, but I don't regret getting another LP (I had one for over 20 years). This truly is an excellent guitar for such a little price.

I've been playing since about '72 and it's easily (along with the SG) one of the best guitars I've owned. You really do get Gibson sound without the Gibson price tag. There are higher-level LP's (and SG's) with the neck thru bodies (the LP-100 and SG-310 have bolt on necks) and I may "move up" someday, but I have no complaints at all with this guitar. Didn't have any with the SG either. Oh, yeah, higher-end models use different/better wood. Just don't think this guitar is the "cheap stuff"...you would be very wrong if you did.

I give it 4 stars because I think the SG-310 beats it in the sound/sustain department...but JUST barely. There's a reason the LP has been a music staple for DECADES and this model carries on that tradition.

All in all, the LP-100 was a VERY wise choice for me.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Pollard on April 6, 2012
Color Name: Vintage Sunburst Verified Purchase
I am a longtime acoustic guitar player, and I've wanted to play electric for a while now, but I knew I needed to make an decent investment to help motivate me to play. Plus I've never been a big fan of buying a cheap item to start, so i can buy a more expensive one in a year when I out grow it. So when I saw that I could get a Les Paul- albeit it a Epiphone and not a Gibson-for this price I was thrilled.

Its worth noting that there is another Epiphone Les Paul that is cheaper. Epiphone LP Special II Les Paul Electric Guitar, Vintage Sunburst However you will not that there are fewer controls on the guitar. Meaning you loose out on the ability to individually control the tone of the pickups. In my opinion the extra hundred dollars for this guitar is more than worth it. It is worth noting that I purchased this guitar through amazon from American Musical Supply, it did not come with a cable or anything extra, just a guitar in a box.

One of the things I didn't know when I bought it, is that even though its made in China-some of them come from Indonesia as I understand it, but mine was made in china so I can't speak to that-it was inspected before packing, to make sure that there was no physical damage to the guitar, that all the hardware worked, and that it maintained its intonations. So in the box you will receive a checklist that someone had to check off to make sure you receive a quality guitar.

Its a great starter guitar, in part because of its slimmer body, making it both lighter and a littler easier to play. This is important when you've got a guitar strapped to your shoulder for an hour or more during practice, and gig times.
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